3 aktiviteter 2019 med en totalsumma av SEK 23,4 m, summerat på
CARTA/APHRC support 2017-2021 - CARTA support 2017-2021 SEK 14 800 000

Medical Research

Beskrivning

Support to the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) special program the Consortium for Advance Research Training in Africa (CARTA). The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) is a leading pan-African research institution headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya with the mission to be a global center of excellence, generating and delivering relevant scientific evidence for policy and action on population, health, education, and urbanization in Africa. To develop the next generation of globally-competitive African scholars APHRC leads the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA), which was established in 2008. Since then CARTA has become a viable platform to build an African academy poised to lead world-class, multidisciplinary research to improve public and population health. CARTA operates on a mutually reinforcing two-pronged strategy to develop individual research capacity and leadership while concurrently transforming institutional research cultures and organizational systems within which CARTA fellows operate. This approach creates the much-needed conducive environments to retain active researchers at African universities who, themselves, can support further capacity development for research and lead institutional change.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5410011301-AFR-12182

Joint Programming Initative on Antimicrobial Resistance (JPIAMR) 2019-2023 - JPIAMR Call Diagnostics and Surveillance 2019 SEK 8 443 483

Infectious disease control

Beskrivning

The African Academy of Sciences (AAS) has applied to Sida for funding of 32.2 million SEK to provide grant management services plus additional capacity building and networking activties for African grantees funded by research calls of the Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance (JPIAMR) during the period 2019-11-01 until 2023-12-31. Of the 32.2 million SEK, 18.8 million SEK will be forwarded to seven African researchers participating in five transnational research consortia that have applied for Sida funding and were selected in the JPIAMR 2019 call "Diagnostics and Surveillance of Antimicobial Resistance: Development of tools, technologies and methods for global use". The objectives of the proposed Sida partnership with the JPIAMR and AAS is to combine resources, infrastructures, and strengths of multiple countries in order to facilitate innovative research projects to curb AMR with an One Health approach integrating human, animal and evironmental health; to support and increase the participation of researchers in low-income countries in sub-Saharan Africa and other sub-Saharan countries where Sweden has bilateral development cooperation in the global fight against AMR; and to build capacity and support the formation of a network of AMR researchers on the African continent. JPIAMR is a global collaborative organization and platform, engaging 27 nations to curb AMR with a One Health approach. In the JPIAMR 2019 call, 19 funding organizations from 15 countries went together to fund transnational research projects. Funding was allocated to 12 projects with a total sum of 12.1 million Euro (approx. 129.7 million SEK) with Sida's contribution of 1.71 millio Euro (approx. 18.1 million SEK) representing ca. 14% of the total funding.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-12876A0101-AFR-12250

CHAI - Sustainable health financing - Towards UHC - MTR CHAI - Sustainable health financing - Towards UHC SEK 197 730

Basic health care

Beskrivning

CHAI implements a regional program on sustainable financing moving towards universal health coverage (UHC) in Eastern and Southern Africa. Focus is on basic health services, in particular for vulnerable groups such as children, women and the poor. CHAI will provide support to six countries (Ethiopia, South Africa, Swaziland, Rwanda, Zambia and Malawi) and at a regional level to the African Union. The four partner countries can all contribute with experiences of relevance for the entire region. CHAI works closely with partner governments and the work program is specific for each country but based on the projects three specific targets of; defining the benefits plan for basic health services, mobilize and pool resources and improve resource management. The four focus countries have a total population of 170 million, of which 55 million are living in poverty. The comprehensive reforms that the intervention will contribute to are expected to cover most of the population with focus on the poorest and most vulnerable. At the regional level, the project is expected to contribute to cross-country exchanges, documentation of methods and best practice and dissemination of knowledge. The project will run for four years and the total cost is estimated at SEK 135 million. Sida is the sole financier of the intervention. The project is an iteration of the previous contribution to CHAI and work is now focused around four (instead of the current eight) countries, but with increased engagement in the remaining four countries. The contribution mainly finances staff at CHAI country offices and a global/regional support team. The contribution mainly consists of technical support and as such is classified as Freestanding Technical Cooperation.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-10031A0201-AFR-12220

Year Värde (SEK) Värde (USD)
2020
2019 SEK 23,4 m USD 2.5 m
2018 SEK 44,8 m USD 5.2 m
2017 SEK 23,9 m USD 2.8 m
2016 SEK 16,2 m USD 1.9 m
2015 SEK 258 t USD 30.7 k
2014 SEK 21,1 m USD 3.1 m
2013 SEK 1,1 m USD 168 k
2012 SEK 30,0 m USD 4.4 m
2011
2010
2009 SEK -2,0 m USD -260 k
2008 SEK 3,6 m USD 531 k
2007 SEK 5,1 m USD 760 k
2006 SEK 6,4 m USD 863 k
2005 SEK 23,3 m USD 3.1 m
2004 SEK 34,0 m USD 4.6 m
2003 SEK 39,8 m USD 4.9 m
2002 SEK 32,7 m USD 3.4 m
2001 SEK 29,0 m USD 2.8 m
2000 SEK 22,4 m USD 2.4 m
1999 SEK 20,6 m USD 2.5 m
1998 SEK 9,9 m USD 1.2 m

Skapa inbäddningskod

  • Typ:

Förhandsgranskning

Inbäddningskod

Afrika, regionalt

Sverige arbetar med regionala insatser i Afrika för att bistå kontinentens olika aktörer i de utmaningar som är gemensamma för flera länder, eller för att det finns ett behov av att samordna insatser. Exempel på områden där Sverige stödjer regionala insatser är hållbart utnyttjande av gränsöverskridande naturresurser, fred och stabilitet, handel, migration samt hindra spridandet av smittsamma sjukdomar.

Observera att detta inte är en summering av det bilaterala stödet till de individuella länder som ingår i regionen.

Hälsa

Innefattar bland annat insatser inom hälso-och sjukvårdspolitik och förvaltning; utrustning och material för sjukvårdsinrättningar, psykiatrisk vård, mediciner samt bekämpning av sjukdomar och missbruk. Innefattar även grundläggande sjukvård och primärvård; hälsoupplysning, utbildning och kunskap till befolkning gällande folkhälsa till exempel inom nutrition och hygien. Utbildning av hälso- och sjukvårdspersonal samt bekämpning av smittsamma sjukdomar och icke-smittsamma sjukdomar.